THE cancelation of the 2021 Tour Down Under (TDU) has delivered a blow to South Australia’s event calendar, with the effects to be felt in the Barossa Valley.
THE RAA is calling for the Barossa’s on-demand bus service to continue, as part of a budget submission to the State Government.
THE announcement of a China-led investigation into Australian wine imports has added uncertainty to an industry already trying to recover from the effects of COVID-19.
THE concept designs for a major upgrade to Nuriootpa High School have been revealed to the public.
THE Gawler Council area now has no known active cases of COVID-19, after one sufferer recovered from the disease this week.
A BAROSSA ballet dancer and actor has escaped jail for his role in a trafficking MDMA, cocaine and amphetamines through the Angaston post office in 2018.
SOUTH Australia’s chief public health officer is advising people in the Barossa there is “no reason to panic” after several members of a tour group tested positive to COVID-19, in the region, over the weekend.
ATHLETES competing in this year’s Tour Down Under have all officially touched down in Adelaide as of yesterday in preparation for the first leg in the Barossa Valley, where they will race five 30km loops starting and finishing in Tanunda.